Making the Most of Student Feedback - The Statistics of One Million Answers
Speaker(s): Matthias Hoffman; Daniel Habermehl; Christopher Zrenner
Collecting student feedback is easy - analysing it and taking action is hard. We wish to discuss the experiences of participants in conducting web-based teaching evaluation and formulate recommendations how to make the most of both quantitative (numerical rating) and qualitative (student comment) feedback in large datasets.
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